Wickertfamily Store – Bad as I wanna be shirt

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Across the long weekend, the riverside institution will delight monarchists and republicans alike. From June 1 to 3, children and adults can enjoy Punk Alley, a raucous theatrical production that invites audiences to create placards and write songs of their own. Then there are the street dancing workshops; performances of the joyous children’s play Party; classical concerts led by the Nu Civilisation Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; and a screening of Danny Boyle’s anarchic Pistol, followed by a panel discussion with the Oscar winner himself and Maisie Williams, who plays fashion icon Jordan in the new series. Bookend your visit to the Southbank Centre with a walk along the Thames and, before you reach Tower Bridge, pause to take in Burberry’s new floating meadow. Made from recycled plastic collected from rivers across the UK and featuring 6,000 plants, the zero-waste installation is now open to the public. (The British brand has also created an art wall by the Tower of London in partnership with Jon Emmony; collaborated with the National Literacy Trust to display Jubilee messages and drawings from school children on bus stops across London; and released a limited edition scarf inspired by the flora and fauna of the UK.)

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Many of the best afternoon teas in London will be given a Jubilee-themed twist over the long weekend, but it’s difficult to beat Fortnum & Mason’s Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon, the stately parlor, opened by the Queen herself in 2012, where you can sample a Jubilee Beacon cocktail made with gin, Dubonnet and Royal Tokaji as you devour crustless coronation chicken sandwiches, miniature chocolate orbs and delicate swan-shaped choux pastries (a nod to the fact that the Queen is technically the owner of every unclaimed swan swimming in Wales and England’s open waters). Then again, Bridgerton fans may be tempted by The Lane, whose Regency afternoon tea—which includes flaky sausage rolls, a rich sticky toffee pudding, slices of chocolate cake piped with lilac buttercream and topped with fondant crowns, and a gin and Dubonnet Queen’s punch—is served in the storied theatre’s stunning pastel-colored grand saloon. More contemporary but no less delicious are the menus at Shangri-La at The Shard, where guests are brought miniature chocolate and raspberry Shards to share, and Prêt-à-Portea at The Berkeley, where treats come in the shape of the Queen’s most beloved accessories, from her Launer London handbags to her retina-searing hats.

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Those seeking a dose of culture are similarly spoiled for choice. From June 2, you can catch Mary Gillick: Modeling the Queen’s Portrait at the British Museum, an exhibition charting the career of the sculptor who captured the young Queen’s profile for the coinage released after her accession to the throne in 1952. There’s also a fascinating array of artifacts to be seen at Sotheby’s—from Andy Warhol’s ’80s screen print of the Queen to a collection of spectacular tiaras—and Life Through a Royal Lens at Kensington Palace, which brings together jaw-dropping photographs of the royal family from the days of Queen Victoria to the present. Rarely seen images are also part of the offering at the Imperial War Museum, where a new exhibition traces the Queen’s experiences of growing up during World War II and serving in the Auxiliary Territorial Service. If you’re after something lighter, though, you should pop into the 19th-century kitchens of Sir John Soane’s Museum—it’s currently the setting for a month-long display of royal memorabilia lent by its staff and the public. Objects range from a mug celebrating the coronation of William IV and Queen Adelaide in 1831 to glassware created in honor of Queen Victoria’s Jubilees, commemorative magazines, biscuit tins, bunting and even novelty hairpins sold on the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation.

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